All posts by Heather

Heather is a freelance copywriter and mother of two fiercely independent daughters. She loves fresh, new ideas and passing on knowledge, particularly in the expressive written form.

The importance of being Mum

By Heather Woods

As you wake up to celebrate on this special Mothers Day, it’s important to keep a few things in mind to really understand the importance of the day. Continue reading The importance of being Mum


Today kicked my butt

By Heather Woods

Today kicked my butt. And I mean really kicked. my. butt.

It started at 5.40am when the same council workers that had been there at 10pm, arrived and started their day of work outside my home. This alerted the dog who deemed it necessary to tell the whole neighbourhood there was strangers afoot! As you might imagine, loud dogs wake babies. In this case, my two. Continue reading Today kicked my butt

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The Drift Marketing Manifesto

If you run a business (of any size), reading the Drift Marketing Manifesto should be high up  on your daily list of ‘how to succeed’. How you portray your business begins the moment you even start thinking about it each day.

Once you start communicating, in any way, you’re having an impact on your customers. Without them, you have no business.

If you keep this manifesto top of mind, not only are you doing yourself a favour by making your work life simple and uncomplicated, but you’re creating a positive example for your staff and ensuring that your customers are receiving a clear and simple message.

So here it is, in all its glory. Enjoy.

The Drift Marketing Manifesto